John Wick brought Keanu Reeves back from the dead . The once poster boy was bidding adieu to LA LA land when a script called John Wick changed his life it did a lot for the director due of 87 Eleven Stunts as well as they soon went on to win acclaim and fame as Action film directors.
Derek Kolstad who wrote the script is moving on to other projects and what better than the gritty Action film from South Korea The man from no where.
Derek Kolstad is adapting the 2010 South Korean action film The Man From Nowhere for New Line Cinema. For Newline cinema this is a big step as they have recently announced the Remake of Train to Busan. The studio is keen to expand it’s action slate rapidly we are told.
The man from No where has been adapted in many countries including India. The Indian Version Starred Bollywood action Super Star John Abraham . Though the film didn’t do very well and primarily because of the writing and direction Mr. Abraham soon went onto becoming the biggest sought after Action Star in the Indian film industry.
The original film centered around a quiet pawnshop keeper with a mysterious past with he takes on a drug-and-organ trafficking ring when they kidnap a child he’s who he shares a special bond with.
The Man From Nowhere was the highest grossing film in South Korea during its year of release making $42M domestic.
It’s unclear wither Kolstad would be directing the film , keep reading this space for more new on casting.
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